Hampton Inn Shrewsbury
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... next morning we set out for Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson. He designed and headed the construction beginning in 1770. It took a total of 40 years because of his public service commitments, and because he kept changing and adding to the original plans. We had a tour of the house in which 75% of the furnishings are original. It was a working plantation at the time. Archeologists continue to uncover artifacts that have ...
Our last day in Pennsylvania (New Freedom, to be exact) was a great day…after the two shows, we went to a local ice cream place with Kyle that we went to last year. This time, instead of the Lavender Lemon I got last year, I treated myself to a pretzel cone with Salty Caramel and Double Dark Chocolate. The sugar high I received from that alone had me buzzing all the way back to ...
... they are still hunted either side of the park. We then cruised through Front Royal, Harpers Crossing (very old and cute housing) and Frederick (quite pretty with narrow tree lined streets on a very English grid). Finally stopped at Gettysburg, originally a very small town, now a major tourist centre thanks to hosting the decisive battle of the Civil War. Staying at the 1863 ...
Our day started with a big breakfast in the Dobbin House. The house itself was built in 1776 as a home for Rev. Alexander Dobbin, his wife, and 19 children. It now serves as restaurant & tavern. Our first outing was to walk the national cemetery. It's hard to imagine how many died here until you see the rows and rows of grave sites. So many of the sites are marked Unknown. We walked up to the monument and the site of Lincoln's famous Gettysburg Address. Next ...
We rushed over to New Freedom (actually Glen Rock, PA first) to meet up with our driver. The circus sponsor wasn't able to drive us around today, so she enlisted the help of a delightful woman named Stella (the first Stella we think either of us have ever known!) to drive us. She met up with us at a local market up the road from the library. Since we ended up making great time getting there, she asked if we'd had lunch yet and said we had ...